Stuart Shave/Modern Art

Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, UK

Annette Kelm, Pepper / Pac Man, 2016, archival pigment print, framed, 61 x 75 cm. Courtesy: Herald St, London

Tonight's highlights: two significant new painting shows and an impressive new film by Charlotte Prodger

Elephant, Palais des Glaces, Paris. Photograph: Pierre Antoine

From hissing dragons to oozing amoebas: as his show opens at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, the London-based artist picks some favourite images

Bodily and technological extremes in the sculptures of Yngve Holen

Torey Thornton, First, After I saw Elvis Look At Me And Imagined Him Looking To Andy, 2014–15, aluminium enamel paint, oil, wood, spray paint and collage on  wood panel, 1.8 × 2.2 m

Modern Art, London, UK

I don’t trust anyone for the most part. But then again, I am my own creature, 2015, plastic, fabric, metal, 177 × 185 × 36 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Galerie Neu, Berlin; photograph: Stefan Korte

Reformulating the human body in the age of mass digitization

Modern Art

The evolution of an artist and musician

Claes Oldenburg standing next to Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks (1969)

The artist will be exhibiting new work at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, in the spring of 2009